Following post owner has realized a solution but he/she is not clear on the details. I need to ask him but couldnt PM since my posts count is only 4 yet.
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I'm not so sure that this thread should have been closed. Though it was clearly homework the student was asking a specific question related to the assignment, but not the answer to the whole assignment.
IMHO The solution is... (1 Reply)
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I had a thread open and now it says it's closed. I had a question still on the forum and about 15mins after I posted my most recent question on it the thread said "closed". Why did this happen? I didn't violate any forum rules. Is there a limit on how many postings you can have in a single thread?... (1 Reply)
I have these questions for my unix class that I can't figure out because I missed a couple of days. They are for a quiz we took last week so by answering the questions you are not bettering my grade or doing my homework. I just want to understand was the answers. My teacher is really bad at... (1 Reply)
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pthread_detach() - mark a thread as detached to reclaim its resources when it terminates
thread Thread whose resources are to be reclaimed immediately when it terminates.
is used to detach the thread thread. When thread terminates, its resources will automatically be reclaimed by the system. If thread has
already terminated, causes the resources of thread to be reclaimed by the system.
does not cause thread to terminate.
Once a detached thread has terminated, its resources, including the thread ID, may be reused by the system. The return status of a detached
thread is lost when the thread terminates.
Calling this function multiple times for the same thread results in undefined behavior.
Upon successful completion, returns zero. Otherwise, an error number is returned to indicate the error (the variable is not set).
If any of the following occur, the function returns the corresponding error number:
[EINVAL] thread does not refer to a joinable thread.
[ESRCH] No thread could be found corresponding to thread.
was derived from the IEEE POSIX P1003.1c standard.
SEE ALSO pthread_create(3T), pthread_join(3T), wait(2).
Pthread Library pthread_detach(3T)